We weren't here to buy a ticket - we just wanted to see this grand old dame. What a beautiful piece of architecture, a block away from the oldest street in Los Angeles. We couldn't stop admiring the wood beam ceilings and the tile art on the pillars.
Union Station was built in 1939, but everything has been so well preserved that it still looks new. The original chairs in the waiting lobby (just as they appeared in the 1950 movie) still welcome ticketed travelers.
Starbucks has a store inside the building, and there's at least one sit-down restaurant for hungry travelers.
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